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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1933)
detail feed store
Former. Garage at Sitverton
. Being Renovated for
Art for Sweet Charity's Safte r)
; . SILYERTON, Oct,. One
tt the features of the antumn
" opening at Silrerton - will b the
opening ot the new Conrad Feed
and Seed : store Jn the former
Ford garage on Lewjs and First
' streets. The interior ol the build.
' is being redone. ' -
The large work - room at the
back will be ' used -as a store
room. The . former- offices -and
display room will be - used 1 for
offices and display room, be-
; Bides a reading room. The read"
' ing room .is being : added as 1 an
accommodation to . "patrons and
friends from the country who
haTe to wait about town.
- George Isrealson, former man--.
ager of the Silrerton Warehouse
: Senrice corporation - storehouse,
will manage (he .new retail store.
Mr. Isrealson has for years been
.collecting- material of interest to
farmers, 'poaltrymen ,. and horti
culturists. This - material will be
available in the reading room.
- Mr. Conrad said Thursday that
. he would t not : discontinue his
store at the . mill near the ceme
tery, but was adding - this retail
store to make it more convenient
for customers. " - .
The store' will be open for
- easiness. Fridayr. ;
;T0 MEET TOHiEHT
- liABISH CENTER, Oct. 5.
The, Salem chamber of commerce
will present the program at the
first community club meeting of
' the school year Friday -night '. at
the school houBe. - Refreshments
' are in charge of 3&rs. Joe Gar
barino, Tillie Isham and Harvey
There will be not school here
Friday, as the teachers. Miss Me
Clang hry and Charlotte J ones
, will attend institute in Salem.
Miss Constance Weinman will
leave Saturday to resume her
work as a member of the faculty
of Sutherlia high school for her
fourth year. Grace Klampe also
began her fourth yea-, as teacher
of the " Oak Ridge school last
week. . . " ' 5v '
The local Sunday school re
ceived the junior average attend
ance banner and - the spiritual
growth wall motto, as rewards
at the Hayesville district conven
tion held Sunday at Pratum. The
Endeavorers were -entertained
last Friday at the H. E. Boehm
Percy L. Crosby, noted cartoonist
and creator of the inimitable
"Skippy," pictured as he worked on
' a campaign pester to swell the Com-
m unity Chest of Atlanta, Ga. Cros-
oy was selected for the task
Atlanta's TiHr " .. W
f shown working: in his McLean, V-,
5 ROUND OUT PEP STAFF
WOODBURN, Oct. 6. The
pep staff atWoodbnrn high
school was completed - Wednes
day when Henry Wurster and
Herbert Hall were chosen yell
leaders. Warster is the senior
leader, having held that . position
for, several years. A few days
ago Ann Gearin and A n d r e y
Broyles were chosen song lead
SILVERTON, Oct. S. The
Silverton school ' budget received
a slash of over J 16,0 00 at a
meeting which: the budget com
mittee held with the "board Wed
nesday night. Last year's budget
read $9i,794. 63, while 1933-34
Salaries received the most re
duction; although almost every
item was reduced tofthe utmost.
The lowest salary paid is in the
prfmaryi division and rnns to
3778, while the superintendent's
salary was reduced to 12700.
The librarian received a 16 per
. Serving on the budget commit-1
tee were P. L. Brown, H.
Preston; T.' T. Leonard, George
Hubbs and Ernest Starr.
Mrs. Evans- is survived by ft
daughter, Elizabeth E. Evans of
Woodbarn; a aon Joseph P. Et
ans .of Los Angeles, and a grand
daughter, Mrs. Elva Stanton of
Los Angeles. Hall-Ringo funer
al parlors had , charge.
MONMOUTH. Oct, f. Mrs.
Thomas Boulden, local resident
tor. the past 23 years, celebrated
her 91st birthday at her . home
Sunday, Elisabeth Cradduck was
born October 1, 1842, at Brough
ton, Kent cocnty, England, where
her early life was spent la .1867
she was married to Thomas Boul
den ; and five " years later they
came to New York. In later years
they moved westward, Irving fa
Iowa, . Minnesota and Nebraska,
before locating, in ; Oregon; . . r
She has enjoyed . remarkable
healtb. durln her long lifetime,
and ay ih KTef Lad ft doctor
but tirlco;la her llfeV Like" most
English women Mrs. BouldeaT Is
fond of walking for exercise. Sev
en miles ft day used to be her
miBlmum,; hut th has reduced
that In keeping with her advanc
ing age. ' ,,"' I
Among the many curios she
treasurers is. a four-cent piece of
copper, dated 1797, which her
father gave her wtes. she .was
three years old.
Of seven children, five are Jiv
ing, Mrs. B. A. Arnold, Portland,
Thomas Bouldeo, Dayton, James
Boulden, Newcastle, Wyo., Frank
Boulden am . Miss Mary Boulden,
Monmouth. - She has IS grand
children and IS great-grandchild--ren.
Mr. Bculdeu died In 1921.
for Maytag and
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ice all makes, v
New and Used
for ". famous
Slightly nsed and
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Used Treadles at
for Grunow and s
ators. We aeir
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Final Rites Held
WOODBURN, Oct. 5. Fu
neral services for Mrs. Jane
Evans, 94, who died at.her-home
Monday forenoon, were held
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 from
the . Woodburn Methodist Episco
pal ,church. Rev. J. T. Taylor of
the Free Methodist church offic
iating, and Rev. Percy M. Ham
mond of the Methodist church,
assiting. Buriel was at the Belle
Passi cemetery, where Mrs. Ev
ans was laid beside the grave of
her husband, who died about six
. .. Jane Evans, over 94 years
old, was born in Bala, Wales.
July 10, 1839. She came to the
United States with her parents
when . very young. Mrs. Evans
had lived in Woodburn 23 years
and was well known and revered, j
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